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Re: [NOVICE] NemID + Firefox??



Hans Henrik Hansen wrote:
Danjel Jungersen <sslug@sslug> wrote:

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Kan ikke huske hvor jeg fandt det, med da jeg installerede nu kubuntu, tog jeg den gamle backup af /home og lagde ind oven i den nye.

Kan du ikke præcisere det lidt?:
Når man nyinstallerer/opretter ny(e) bruger(e), danner man en
/home/<BRUGER>-mappe; skal man så SLETTE denne og erstatte med den
hidtidige  /home/<BRUGER>-mappe??

Man skal ikke slette den nye /home/<BRUGER>-mappe, men det kan være nødvendigt at at erstatte nogle af de nye filer med filer fra det gamle system så tingene fungerer som man er vant til.

Checkede rettigheder, rebootede, så var alt ved det gamle.
Så mails må ligge under /home, sikkert i et "." bibliotek
...

øhh, rettigheder - hvordan er det nu lige, man finder/ændrer dem?
('chmod'?). Og hvordan ændrer man uid/gid - hvis nødvendigt?


Fil rettigheder sættes med chmod. Se man chmod.
uid og gid kan ændres med setuid og setgid, men det har du næppe brug som som almindelig bruger.

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Jørgen Heesche
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